Agave impressa is a distinctive small to medium sized Agave with no close relatives. The symmetrical rosettes with spreading light green, gracefully marked with distinct pairs of white imprints that converge near the leaf tip. The leaves are proportioned with blunt teeth and spines. This species is quite unlike any other plant in the genus. The 2 to 3 metres tall flower spike is unbranched with greenish yellow flowers from tip to near base. It may be related to Agave pedunculifera. It is found in a small area neat Escuinapa, Sinaloa, Mexico (also abundant in the Sierra de los Huicholes).
Such a pretty little agave! It arrived quickly and in perfect condition. Very healthy and well packaged. Now she's planted in her forever home and I know I'll be buying more plants in the future. Thank you for a great transaction!